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Last season of the Game of Thrones: release date, trailer, cast and theories



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Daenerys is so close to the landing that the Iron Throne. Or is she?


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Winter is supposed to come, but for Game of Thrones fans, the wait can be forever. Fans will soon be able to create a countdown calendar, however, as HBO announced on Jan. 1

1 that the actual return date will be announced on Sunday, January 13, before the third season of the network with True Detective [19659005] Premiere will end in August 2017 with Dragons and White Walkers and uh, a little ignorant incest. And fans who are waiting impatiently for a solution can talk to a new George R.R. Martin's book in the saga did not even comfort, because ha ha ha boo hoo hoo .

But the book comes like winter. Just before the Thanksgiving Day in 2018, Martin told the Wall Street Journal that he was in a remote mountain lodge where he "hooked" and wrote, and that he was "hard at work" on Winds of Winter. He would not give spoilers, but he said he had a master plan despite the TV show.

"I'll still finish it the way I always wanted it, like it's been in my head for 25 years," Martin said. Martin

Also Martin spoke about Winds of Winter in August 2018. Then he noticed that some people died on the screen and did not die in the books. (Margaery? Hodor? Shireen? We can dream …) Regardless of what Martin said, he is not detrimental to killing main characters on the site – and makes J.R.R. Tolkien's Gandalf, of all things .

This latest episode will also pull the stops, according to Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel, who plays Missandei. In August 2018, she told the Hindustan Times that the squadron would finally take some exciting action.

"This season will be incredibly rewarding for the people," said Emmanuel. "It's going to be incredibly exciting and heartbreaking, and I feel like people are torn when they're watching the last one."

But those of us who have to live in the world of tax deadlines and performance reviews could certainly take a fantasy escape back to the land of castles and forest fires and the one-liner of Tyrion. So while we wait and say bye like Daenerys Targaryen himself, here's a guide to the final final season of HBO's blockbuster fantasy hit.

We will update this story as new information is revealed. Look around the plot area for new details or rumors. Hold the door, spoilers arrive!

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Recent Season Releases

Big news came on November 1, when Entertainment Weekly's James Hibberd shared information about a visit. Of course, he was not allowed to leak much, but here are the highlights:

Fans might be surprised who survives until the end.

Looking at the last episode, Hibberd wrote: "I look around for a carefully constructed set that I've never seen before on the show." Several actors perform and I'm stunned: there are characters in the finale, that I did not expect. "

Winterfell comes

What is going around is killing. Hibberd says last season starts at Winterfell fortress Stark and contains many parallels to the show's pilot. "Instead of arriving at King Robert's train, it's Daenerys and his army," he writes. From there, characters meet and mingle, preparing to fight the army of the dead.

And speak of Winterfell …

The Winterfell set had a massive expansion for the last season. There is now a "towering castle facade, a larger courtyard and more interconnected rooms and ramparts," reports EW.

Construction of the Massive Battle

We have already heard that there will be a huge fight (presumably people against the dead) lasting 55 days and taking place in three different locations. Hibberd's report says that the actual events, ie the 55 days, are "wildly underrated" were filmed only for outdoor scenes in Winterfell, and the battle was shot indoors for more weeks at studio sets.

Oh, brother

There is a tiny eye-catcher – Sansa (Sophie Turner) is not happy about it Jon (Kit Harington) bent his knee to Daenerys, w That should not surprise anyone who knows Stark's proud heritage. But it sounds like she's changing her mind about Dany. (Which is good, because they are actually a family.)

Do not Believe In These Leaked Scripts

While Hibberd finds that a supposedly leaked script appeared on Reddit, Hibberd warned that genuine Game of Thrones scripts do nothing Game of Thrones say so and production documents use codenames to refer to the actors. (Emilia Clarke playing Daenerys was referred to as "Eldiss.")

Release Date, Episodes, and Timing

So what's left? The final season is Season 8, and HBO has confirmed that it will come in 2019 and will consist of six episodes. Only six, but they will be super big. In 2017, the show's sound designer said they were as long as movies, but by the end of 2018, director David Nutter on Reddit said everyone would take over an hour.

Early Proposals Were That The final season came in the summer, but on November 13, HBO announced that the new season will come in April 2019 . The exact date we know on January 13, the network has promised.

Showrunner David Benioff and D.B. Weiss will direct episodes, as will David Nutter and Miguel Sapochnik, and Benioff, Weiss, Bryan Cogman and Dave Hill will write the scripts. As the fans know, the TV show has developed out of necessity due to Martin's books, since since 2011 no new book has been released.

To see the new season, when it finally falls, you'll need a HBO subscription (or a friend with one), but if you do not have a cable, you can opt for HBO Now, a streaming subscription version of HBO no regular cable subscription (or even a TV) required, pay. Not sure that you will like it? You can stream HBO Now for 30 days for free. HBO, Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra Blu-ray keep you up to date on the past few seasons. Earlier seasons are also available on Hulu with an HBO Premium add-on .

Meet the cast

The main cast members who survived until then have returned (one exception: Ellaria Sand, who is believed to still see the body of daughter Tyene in Cersei's dungeon).

Some of the top stars who come back are:

The Lannister children Tyrion (Dinklage), Queen Cersei (Headey) and Jaime (Coster-Waldau) still survive, though Tyrion and Cersei each for themselves others fight and Jaime seems to be trapped in the middle. Is Cersei lying to her brother / lover to be pregnant with her fourth child together after the other three have died? Quite possible.

As for the House of Stark, Father Ned (Sean Bean) lost in the first season his head and mother Catelyn (Michelle Fairley) and brothers Robb (Richard Madden) and Rickon (Art Parkinson, Who he should zigzag (19459005) later into posterity, but Jon Snow (Harington), who is actually the son of Ned's sister, and Ned's true children Bran (Hempstead-Wright), Arya (Williams) and Sansa (Turner) are still alive and discover that life in Westeros is really a strong proposition.

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Life for Sansa and the other strong Kids was anything but easy.


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Daenary's Targaryen (Clarke) seems to have found a love with Jon Snow – too bad that she is his aunt (Targaryens never really had any meaning for this cause). She has also teamed with Tyrion, and her loyal entourage consists of Eunuch Gray Worm (Anderson), Missandei (Emmanuel) and Jorah Mormont (Glen).

Jon Snow's buddy Samwell Tarly (Bradley-West) and his partner Gilly (Hannah Murray) discovered some important secrets about the history of Westerosi during their time in the Citadel, and you only know that it will eventually come out ,

Also returned are Brienne from Tarth (Christie), her would-be lovers Tormund Giantsbane (Hivju), Davos Seaworth (Cunningham), Sandor "The Dog" Clegane (McCann) and his creepy zombie brother Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane (Björnsson) Arya's buddy Gendry, the mysterious priestess Melisandre, tormented Theon Greyjoy Allen and his evil uncle Euron Asbæk.

Little is known about new characters in the last season. According to the first-rate Game of Thrones Wikia, actor Marc Rissmann will play Harry Strickland, commander of the Golden Company, a hired army. Other new characters we do not know much about are Fergus (played by Seamus O'Hara), Willa (Alice Nokes) and Sarra (Danielle Galligan).

What We Know About the Conspiracy

Director David Nutter had a few tidbits about the last season in his Reddit AMA on November 13th. When asked about Daenery's goals, he said that Targaryen's search for the Iron Throne had good intentions. "I think she wants to make a difference," he said. "She wants to free the slaves, she wants to be a good, just ruler, after so many years she chases them and now she chases them – I think in a sense it's about fate for them and some of them goes beyond them own vocation and something she should become.

Nutter also promised the return of at least one Direwolf, and showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss knew what the fans wanted to see in the last season and took that to consideration: the final season In three words, he chose: "Spectacular, Inspirational, Satisfying."

Remember the red wedding? When asked to compare the upcoming episode with this carnage, Nutter said, "Compared to season All I have to say to you is the red wedding – stay in your place, because it will be something special.

Peter Dinklage, whose Tyrion Lannister is a favorite character of many, unveiled a little about what will happen to the youngest Lannister First, he said that the show for his character "ends beautifully," however he added, "whether it's tragic or not." The fans probably did not expect Tyrion to be happy, but "tragic" is a scary word, especially in this context.

Have you wondered what happened to the Joe Bauer, the visual effects supervisor, promises Jon Snow's direwolf Ghost will play an interesting role in the final season. "(Ghost is) very present and do some cool stuff in Season 8, "Bauer told the Huffington Post Good – Jon will need all the backups he can get.

Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, says the show finale will be un be disputed. Although she revealed no spoilers, Turner told IGN "I think many fans will be disappointed and many fans will be over the moon." I think it will be really interesting to see people's reactions . "

We also know that even after the end of the show, fans will be able to witness the horrors and triumphs of Westeros through when they visit the Game of Thrones Sets in Northern Ireland. HBO does not reveal much of the details for the Game of Thrones attractions, but the sets Winterfell, Castle Black, and King's Landing could be included. Costumes, props, weapons and other items are shown.

And in late September, George R. R. Martin published a new book excerpt on his website. Unfortunately not from the long-awaited winter's winter, but from Fire & Blood, the first volume of his Targaryen story. Fire & Blood was written from the perspective of Archmaester Gyldayn and deals with the life of the fascinating Targaryens, the family of Daenerys (and now we know – spoiler alert – even Jon Snow).

An interesting tidbit that may not be held last season: Queen Alysanne flies her dragon Silverwing high over Castle Black, but the dragon, who has never refused to fly where her mistress wants to go, will not go north of Island go wall. This could be something that Martin designed for Fire & Blood, but telling the showrunners that dragons do not like flying north of the wall could be a problem.

Older Updates

Prepare for serious action and prepare for the loss of some important characters. An HBO board has made the final season sound like a bloodbath by describing the cast members "one by one" … "until their death". If the deaths are simply too many for you, remember that Martin announced in August 2018 that not all who die on the screen will die in his books.

The tiniest footage, a few seconds appeared in August 2018 as snippets shown during an HBO video introducing its 2019 lineup. Nothing happens except for Jon Snow (Kit Harington), who hugs sister Sansa (Sophie Turner), but the fans will take anything they can.

We know that Emilia Clark, aka Daenerys Targaryen filmed her last scenes, thanks to a touching Instagram farewell she published in June 2018. Sadly, she did not offer any details about the property or spoiler.

And although this is hardly a spoiler, we know that "someone will die" in the last season, thanks to gunsmith Natalia Lee of the show, who spoke with Richard Trenholm of CNET (19459005). "There are always cool weapons and swords," Lee said. "I can not really say much, it's going to be the biggest battle in TV history, I can definitely say that it's getting bigger and worse."

Drogo! Drogo! Could Daenerys Sun and Stars, aka Khal Drogo, aka Jason Momoa, make a return? Maybe in a flashback or maybe some kind of scary zombie resurrection? The fans were a little upset when Momoa shared a photo on Instagram, where he saw him making a Guinness with Game of Thrones Showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff during the filming. Maybe they are only three friends. But fans can dream.

Drogo may or may not be present, but according to a June 2018 Daily Express report, the Dothraki will return to help their Khaleesi. A riding stable in Ireland apparently put out two Instagram posts, one showing a Dothraki warrior and another mentioning them.

We do not know if there will be other celebrity cameos, but we know that the actor who played Hodor, Kristian Nairn, was of the opinion that the controversial appearance of singer Ed Sheeran in 2017 made a sour impression. "I'm not a fan of the cameos in 'Game of Thrones' .I do not like them, I think it's stupid," Nairn told The Huffington Post. "Especially Ed Sheeran, I was like," Why is Ed Sheeran here? "I mean, Ed Sheeran is great, he's a great guy, a great musician, but why is he in Game of Thrones?"

Star Maisie Williams knows how the show ends, and she said it to her mother so maybe you can bribe her so she can guess. Nor did she cash in on HBO President Casey Bloys, who announced that the show wanted to film several endings to fool inquisitive people on set who might spread big news. "I immediately thought," I do not think we have the budget to make many different endings, "http://www.cnet.com/," she told Jimmy Kimmel.

Could be a young generation of Northern leaders, led by the young Lyanna Mormont (Bella Ramsey), Alys Karstark (Megan Parkinson) and Ned Umber (Harry Grasby), preparing for a strong presence in the last season. We hope that Lyanna Mormont is a bad figure .

Will the dragon's head reappear? Fan Site Winter is Coming reported on April 2 that the show is set to be prepared in a ruined Roman amphitheater in the ancient Spanish city of Italica, which served as the killer pit of a major scene in Season 7. It could be a focal point for dragon drama or simply a nice open hangout for a fight or other confrontation.

Gendry has finally rowed and is ready for action. Actor Joe Dempsie, who plays Robert Baratheon's secret son Gendry told Digital Spy that he "films a fair film" from the previous season, but would not disclose wisely if he survived until the very last episode nonetheless great things from the young blacksmith with royal blood.

Will there be more flashbacks in the last season, in which Rhaegar Targaryen, the father of you who knows you, knows ( R + L = J Wilf Scolding posted a photo of himself in front of a hotel in Belfast where the show is shooting on May 2, and fans are raving about speculation has deleted it since then, but you can see it here and really, the fans would like to see some more of his damn relationship with Ned's sister Lyanna Stark.

Another rumor, courtesy of v on Watchers on the Wall, claims Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) and Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) have shot a scene in which they fight side by side again and probably attack the undead. This is a beautiful, juicy scene that can be enjoyed by those transporting this ready-to-fight couple – but what does that mean to the poor Tormund?

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) said in an interview at the Cannes Film Festival that the scripts were only given to the cast and after some time extinguished themselves. So nothing to do with eBay on eBay, folks. Coster-Waldau also showed that he believes the show ends "the right way" and "on his own terms". He says the story is a complete story from the first season to the end, "and it makes sense." What's up with the GOT spin-offs?

Coster-Waldau also hinted at an identification crisis for Jaime last season, as his increasingly complex relationship with sister-lover Cersei continues to deteriorate. "The core of him was always Cersei," he told Vanity Fair. "If that's gone, what are you then, what's left, is there anything left?"

What's up with the GOT spin-offs?

George R. R. Martin does not want to call them spinoffs, but HBO is working on five "follow-up shows" that take place in the Game of Thrones universe. Martin says that fans should not look for familiar faces since all new shows will take place before the time frame shown in Game of Thrones. It is not yet known if all or how many shows will actually succeed.

In June 2018, Deadline reported that HBO had ordered a pilot of one of the shows . Not much is known about the show itself. She comes from the well-known for the Kingsman movie series writer Jane Goldman as well as Stardust, kick-ass and two X-Men blockbusters. It will be set thousands of years before Game of Thrones, and HBO provided a fairly general plot summary, with the exception of which was written about the White Walkers .

"The series documents the descent of the world from the golden age of heroes to their darkest hour," revealed the network. "And only one thing is certain: from the terrible secrets of Westeros history to the true origins of the White Walkers, the secrets of the East, to the legendary Starks … it's not the story we think we know."

Martin says, "some (of the succession shows) may not even be hired on Westeros." (An essos set story would certainly be fresh.)

We know what's not being treated: no Robert rebellion, no Dunk and Egg. Roberts rebellion refers to Ned Stark, Robert Baratheon and Jon Arryn's rebellion against House Targaryen. Dunk and Egg are other Martin characters, a horseman and his squire, who play their own stories a century before the current books. Martin said that if he wrote all his stories about Dunk and Egg, he would love to have a show, and that Robert Rebellion will be told in the latest book series when he finishes (if …).

This story was first published on April 6, 2018 and is updated more frequently than the publication of GRRM.

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